This was my first time meeting this super fun senior. A lovely person, inside and out.
She walked into ACH gymnasium, and before 5 minutes had passed, our high school basketball coach was working on his recruiting skills. I would have questioned his judgement as a good coach had he not at least tried.
I even considered challenging her in a little one-on-one, but after thinking it thru, the facts were clear, she stands a good foot taller than I do, and its been, oh.... a good 15+ years since high school.
Even if I tried getting into her head with the "trash talk," (I've been perfecting this skill while playing the game Sorry with my 5 year old son) she would have used her strong long legs that carry her across the finish line to catch me before I had a chance of escape.
I decided to save face instead and keep it behind the camera.
Kelsey was a delight to work with, ready to smile and seemed at ease in front of the camera. A recipe for a successful shoot!
I hope I get to run into you and your family again soon. I realize it won't be on the Warrior Hardwood, but thats ok. :-)
I can cheer on the Black Hawks and give you a shout out if we end up in your gym for play-offs.
Have a super Senior year Kelsey! I enjoyed every minute of our shoot together.
They turned out absolutely beautiful. I can't believe you are a senior, your growing so fast. I couldn't be more proud of you
They are all beautiful Kelsey, I've already picked one out for our wall to add to our collection of grand children.
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